Why autos are such an important part of NAFTA

TORONTO - The future of more than a million direct and spinoff jobs related to the auto industry are a critical part of what's...

Dedication to Customer Service Leads to Thriving Local Business in Blind River

A Blind River business owner has been acknowledged by being named in the "Your Convenience Manager" trade magazine in the hall of fame. Jim Smith,...
rain sorghum crops

RAIN On-Farm Research Tour

Come learn about best practices to improve soil health and tour our 2017 field research trials on August 17th, 2017. Free pulled pork lunch...
Sheehan Announces Airport Funding

Sheehan Announces $960,300 for Sault Ste. Marie Airport

Canadians, tourists and businesses benefit from safe and well-maintained airports. From visiting friends and family, to traveling to medical appointments, or getting goods to...
CAPT train

“We need our damn train!”

It's been three years since the last passenger train between Sault Ste. Marie and Hearst and the economic impact to the area is mounting,...
Byron Leclair

Anishinabek Nation laments passing of economic development advocate

ANISHINABEK NATION HEAD OFFICE, Nipissing First Nation (July 28, 2017)—It is with a heavy heart that Grand Council Chief Patrick Madahbee announces the sudden...
YES Algoma

Youth Entrepreneurship Summit (YES) Algoma Coming in September 2017

Youth Entrepreneurship Summit (YES) Algoma invites youth to learn about starting a business, creating positive change, and driving innovation in their community Youth Entrepreneurship...

No more unlocking fees, says regulator

OTTAWA - Cellphone companies will soon no longer be allowed to charge customers to unlock their devices, Canada's telecom regulator said Thursday as it...
electricity prices

Ontario Passes Legislation to Lower Electricity Bills by 25 Per Cent

Ontario passed legislation today that will lower electricity bills by 25 per cent on average for all residential customers to provide significant rate relief...

Ontario to introduce $15 minimum wage

TORONTO – Ontario is raising its minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2019, ensuring equal pay for part-time workers and increasing the minimum...